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Re: I'm afraid I need to disagree
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• Posted by: Steven P.
• Date: Monday, November 8, 2021, at 6:55 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: I'm afraid I need to disagree (jjstarA113)

> I watched Eternals in IMAX, and IMAX has some pretty high standards in
> terms of visual and audio quality in their cinemas, so maybe that's why
> the music was easier for me to hear? I've certainly have had that problem
> of the score being too quiet (The Boss Baby 2 comes to mind), but I think
> that usually happens in standard cinemas that may have speakers of dubious
> quality.

Yeah, that could very well be the case. I saw Dune in IMAX and the sound and music were presented quite well.

> If I were to take a guess, maybe with modern TV show soundtracks, record
> labels feel the need to encapsulate the music of each episode with at
> *least* the thoroughness that a movie soundtrack would typically
> encapsulate the score of its movie, so they'll try to give each episode an
> EP or even an LP album. But yeah, if shows can get such opulent treatment,
> why not longer films like Eternals?

I wonder how much the composer gets a say in this matter. If some want an album for their work at 1 hour, or if some want complete releases.

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